‘I will be arrested on Tuesday’, Donald Trump called for protest

Donald Trump announced his return to social media

Donald Trump

Donald Trump

Former US President Donald Trump on Tuesday hinted at his arrest and asked his supporters to protest.
As a result of the ongoing investigation by the district attorney of New York County, Donald Trump has shown the possibility of arrest.

Donald Trump wrote on his social media app “Truth Social” that “Republican candidate and former president of the United States will be arrested on Tuesday next week without proving a crime.”

He addressed his supporters and asked them to protest.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office in New York presented evidence to the grand jury investigating Trump earlier this year.

A grand jury is investigating a $130,000 campaign payment made by Donald Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen to Playboy model Stormy Daniels in 2016.

Stormy Daniel also claimed to have a romantic relationship with Donald Trump, but the former president has denied it.

Earlier this month, the district attorney’s office asked Donald Trump to testify before a grand jury.
“The order to testify before the grand jury makes it clear that an indictment will be filed soon,” legal experts say.

In 2018, Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to violating campaign finance laws, among other crimes.
“The payments were made on the orders of Donald Trump,” he told the jury.

Michael Cohen testified before the grand jury on Monday and Wednesday.

Donald Trump announced his return to social media

Apart from this, the former American President Trump has expressed his happiness in the post made on Facebook and YouTube while announcing his return to social media.

Donald Trump posted an old video on his Facebook and YouTube accounts with the caption, “I’m back.”
Donald Trump posted a video from the 2016 presidential election in which he addresses party workers after his defeat to Hillary Clinton.

Donald Trump used social media extensively to promote his political messages after his accounts were suspended on January 6, 2021 as a result of the attack on Congress.

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